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Love and revolution : a political memoir : people's history of the Greensboro massacre, its setting and aftermath

Author: Signe Waller
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, ©2002.
Series: New critical theory.
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This is the memoir of Signe Waller, whose husband, James, was killed in the Greensboro Massacre in November 1979. The author documents an important period in the Southern struggle against racism and  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Biography
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Waller, Signe, 1938-
Love and revolution.
Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, c2002
(OCoLC)653426866
Named Person: Signe Waller
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Signe Waller
ISBN: 0742513645 9780742513648 0742513653 9780742513655
OCLC Number: 50089953
Description: xviii, 547 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Heirs to the Radical Sixties --
The Making of a Radical, or How I Became One of Them --
Jim Waller, M.D. in the New Communist Movement --
Nelson Johnson and the Politics of Black Liberation --
Durham Activists Tell It Like It Is --
Home-Grown Bolsheviks --
Organize! Make a Mighty River --
People, People, Have You Heard? --
Cone, You Own the Factories, But Us You Do Not Own --
Something's Rising in the Nation --
China Grove and the Preparations for November Third --
Like the Wolf on the Fold: The Greensboro Massacre --
Home-Grown Fascists --
This Precipitous Hour --
Resisting Upside Down Justice: The Civil Rights Movement Reawakened --
A Lesser Crime to Kill a Communist --
Green Light for Reactionary Violence: The State Trial in 1980 --
The Blitz Amendment and Other McCarthyisms --
A Winding Road to Justice: Bringing Federal Charges --
Victory and a Whitewash: The Grand Jury in 1982-1983 --
No Racial Animus? The Federal Trial in 1984 --
On New Foundations --
Partners in Crime: The Civil Rights Suit in 1985 --
Convened by Martyrs --
Diary of Dr. James Waller at the Siege of Wounded Knee --
Blackbeard's Speech to Union Local 1113 T --
The Personal Is Political: Letters, Poems, and Speeches.
Series Title: New critical theory.
Responsibility: Signe Waller.

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Waller significantly adds to the historical record of a violent episode that took place in a city that long prided itself on its progressivism... Intimate knowledge enables her to portray the slain Read more...

 
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